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About MarketBridge CEB SHL PrepPacks™

The MarketBridge CEB SHL assessment does not have to be a roadblock on your way to obtaining the job you want. JobTestPrep can strengthen your way to success with our in-depth MarketBridge CEB SHL preparation materials.


MarketBridge CEB SHL Numerical Reasoning-Style Online Tests

There are several different types and styles of SHL CEB numerical reasoning tests. They range from the high level graduate/management tests to operational level. Our PrepPacks™ have been created to cover a wide spectrum of questions and test types in order to give you the complete preparation for your upcoming test.


MarketBridge CEB SHL Verbal Reasoning-Style Online Tests

For the CEB SHL verbal test, you will read short passages of text and answer questions relating to each passage. Each question will require you to quickly evaluate whether a statement is true, false, or indeterminable based on the text.


MarketBridge CEB SHL Inductive Reasoning Logical-Style Assessment

A popular family of reasoning tests, popularly seen in the selection process of Senior, Managerial and Graduate job levels. They measure candidates' ability to draw inferences and understand the relationships between various concepts independent of acquired knowledge, most of which are represented by shapes and diagrams.


MarketBridge OPQ32-Style Online Tests

The Occupational Personality Questionnaire (OPQ) assessment was designed to give organizations an understanding of how aspects of an individual's behavioral style will affect his or her performance at work.


MarketBridge SJT Tests

MarketBridge Situational Judgement Test (SJT) presents you with real-life scenarios to find out how you would handle situations you could encounter in your work. Whilst the layout of the test can vary depending on the test provider, typically you would read a description of a situation followed by multiple choice questions. You should select the for you least and most likely reaction out of the options. This test provides your prospective employer with the information to decide if you suit the company’s work environment.


MarketBridge Microsoft Office Tests

The Microsoft Word test measures your ability to complete tasks in Microsoft Word software. The test is entirely interactive, attempting to simulate how Word is used in the workplace. The test is aimed at applicants for jobs that require the use of Word at its fullest capacity. On this test, you will be asked to perform more complex tasks, such as mail merges, advanced formatting, and using templates and tables.


MarketBridge Microsoft Excel Assessments

A basic level Excel assessment test aims to evaluate your abilities to use this software for everyday office tasks. Most of the questions deal with basic formatting, standard tables and basic commands, such as saving and printing properties. You will also be required to know how to define a cell reference, filter and sort data, and manage the page layout. The advanced level test requires a candidate to master the different features of the software. Most of the questions will deal with formulas, macro creation, advanced formatting, and document properties.

 

Get the Practice You Need for Your MarketBridge CEB SHL Test

Many companies and corporations require their recruits to pass often tough assessment tests. With this is mind, JobTestPrep has set out to provide job seekers with the tools they need to pass the exams and successfully advance in the recruitment process. Our specially designed tests cover numerous professional fields and positions and include detailed study guides and answer keys with the goal of helping you sharpen skills and boost confidence. Our job is to help you pass your test successfully and become shortlisted for an interview.

 

MarketBridge Interview

You should be ready to participate in MarketBridge’s telephone, video, and in-person interviews. You can encounter interviews as part of the pre-screening process, the hiring process, and the assessment centre. Initial interviews allow you to elaborate on your CV and you should take this chance to stress the experiences and skills that make you qualified for your desired position. The majority of the interviews, however, have competency-based questions which you should answer by providing examples of past experiences demonstrating your aptitude for the job. Interviews can also include riddles, role-plays and assessment tests. Use JobTestPrep’s Interview PrepPack™ to enter your MarketBridge Interview with confidence!


MarketBridge Assessment Centre

An assessment centre may be the final stage of your application process. The assessment day takes place either at the company campus or at a hired venue. You are evaluated by a series of assessment centre exercises, including both individual and group tasks. These exercises may include an aptitude test, a role-play, a case study, a presentation and an interview. This day gives your prospective employer a rounded profile of your competencies and an insight into your performance in the workplace.


Frequently Asked Questions by MarketBridge Candidates

How is the MarketBridge Verbal Reasoning Test Scored?

Most of the Verbal Reasoning tests do not have a predetermined passing score. Your score is calculated in relation to the scores of other applicants who are vying for similar positions. The number of your correct answers, called raw score, is compared to raw scores of people applying for a position in your area. Such a calculating method can sometimes be disadvantageous, since your correct answers would not necessary bespeak good results. Even if you answer correctly 27 out of 30 questions, your test will not be deemed successful, if it turns out that other job candidates answered 29 questions correctly. If most of the test takers get more questions right than you do, this means that your score on the Verbal Reasoning Test is lower than the average result of your competitors.

Are there different variations of MarketBridge's Situational Judgement Test?

Yes, the test does come in multiple forms, such as computer or paper based. MarketBridge might only use text, while others throw pictures and video clips into the mix. Still other versions might use computer-generated avatars to create a scenario, to which you must respond usually textually. It is important to note that the SJT are usually not timed, it is important to answer them in a timely and accurate manner and watch for guidelines like “this question should take 10 minutes.”

What is the MarketBridge's panel interview?

A panel interview is a part of the MarketBridge's face-to-face interview that usually takes place in one of its locations. Unlike other in-person interviews during which you talk to one or maximum two recruiters, the panel interview presupposes an interview with four or five people simultaneously. Usually, you will have a conversation with a Human Resources representative, with managers of several departments, your prospective managers, and team leaders. Questions asked in the panel interview are usually competency-based. But you can also expect situational questions, in answering which you will need to describe a situation where you encountered and successfully solved a problem by taking certain actions. If you apply for a technical position, you may also be asked technical questions aimed to evaluate your professionalism. The panel interview may last up to several hours.

Is It Necessary to Prepare Prior to Taking the MarketBridge CEB SHL Test?

Taking the time to familiarise yourself with the structure of the MarketBridge CEB SHL is crucial to eliminating the element of surprise. Understanding the structure of the test as well as the appropriate responses will definitely give you a leg up on other candidates who will also be taking the same test. JobTestPrep offers countless useful resources to ensure you are prepared come test day.

How Long Will the MarketBridge Recruitment Process Take?

The MarketBridge recruitment process can take several weeks. The screening process usually involves an initial phone interview, as well as an assessment centre where you will be met with group exercises, aptitude tests, and a face-to-face interview. Once you have completed all of these steps, the company will contact you as to whether or not you will be offered the position.

Why do some companies invite job applicants to their assessment centres?

Many employers have come to believe that interviewing job candidates does not present them with the full and exact picture of their personalities. Even testing applicants does not always put them in a true light. To increase the precision of their evaluations, many employers have lately started to invite prospective employees to assessment centres, where they take different tests and participate in such activities as group discussions, presentations, role playing, social events, and case studies. The combination of these activities and tests produces a more exact estimation of applicants’ aptitude for a desired position, because involved in so many events at the assessment centre, they can demonstrate more professional traits and more facets of their personalities.

 

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